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DCA Digital Digest:Meta Delays AI Roll-Out in Europe

Meta’s all-out AI push has taken a hit, with the company forced to scale back its AI plans in Europe amid concerns around how it’s looking to fuel its AI models with user data, from both Facebook and Instagram.


iLearn Ethiopia: Introducing Digital Learning

iLearn Ethiopia has announced the launch of its new digital learning modules aimed at improving agricultural training in Ethiopia. As one of the five startups to emerge from the QesBeQes “ቀስበቀስ” Agri-accelerator initiative under the CLM project, iLearn Ethiopia is focused on providing interactive and engaging educational content.





The Likes tab on X is now gone.

This means you will not be able to see what a user likes on the app. However, you will still have the likes tab on your own account and see what you have liked. You will also receive notifications when users like your posts

X Analytics now requires you to be on X Premium to view the analytics of the new dashboard. In the recent past, you could view analytics of our page without paying


Elon Musk threatens to ban Apple devices.

Elon Musk has issued a scathing denunciation of Apple’s new ChatGPT integration with iPhone announced at WWDC 2024, threatening to ban iPhones at Tesla, Space X, and beyond.

In a post on X, Musk stated “If Apple integrates OpenAI at the OS level, then Apple devices will be banned at my companies. That is an unacceptable security violation.”


Leveraging tech for agribusiness

Technology is now playing a pivotal role in helping farmers adapt to these challenges through climate-smart agriculture. Drones and sensors are used to monitor weather patterns, while predictive analytics provide insights into changing climate conditions.




US sues Adobe for hiding termination fees

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against Adobe alleging that the company deceives consumers by hiding the early-termination fee and making it difficult for people to cancel their subscriptions.

In the complaint filed on Monday, the DOJ wrote that “Adobe has harmed consumers by enrolling them in its default, most lucrative subscription plan without clearly disclosing important plan terms.”


EV startup Fisker files for bankruptcy

Fisker Inc., the EV startup founded by famed designer Henrik Fisker, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection —  a capstone to months of problems with its Ocean SUV that included recalls and dozens of lemon law lawsuits.

The California-based company, which filed for bankruptcy in the Delaware Court, had been seeking a deal with another automaker in a last-ditch effort to rescue the enterprise. The company estimated assets of $500 to $1 billion and liabilities of between $100 million and $500 million, according to the filing.


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